Hazarduari Palace, earlier known as the Bara Kothi, is located in the campus of Kila Nizamat in Murshidabad, in the Indian state of West Bengal. It was built in the nineteenth century by architect Duncan Macleod, under the reign of Nawab Nazim Humayun Jah of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa (1824–1838).
The Katra Masjid is a mosque and the tomb of Nawab Murshid Quli Khan built between 1723 and 1724. It is located in the north eastern side of the city of Murshidabad, in the Indian state of West Bengal
Jalangi River, is a branch of the Ganges in Murshidabad and Nadia districts in the Indian state of West Bengal. The Jalangi and the Mathabhanga flow into the Bhagirathi-Hooghly and strengthens its lower channel, the Hooghly.
Jahan Kosha Cannon
Jahan Kosha Cannon literally means the Destroyer of the World. It is placed in the Topekhana a quarter of mile to the south east of the Katra Mosque, in the city of Murshidabad, West Bengal, India.
Old English Cemetery
Old English Cemetery in Murshidabad.
Nashipur Rajbari was the palace of the Nashipur Raj Family. The grand palace is situated in Nashipur just adjacent to the palace built by Raja Debi Singha. The current palace was built by Raja Kirti Chandra Singha Bahadur in 1865.
Motijheel Mosque in murshidabad.
Close to the Hazarduari Palace, the Nizamat Imambara was built by Nawab Nazim Mansoor Ali Khan Feradun Jah in1847 AD at a cost of around 6 lakhs.
The Khosh Bagh Cemetery, spanning an area of 7.65 acres, is located on the opposite banks of Bhagirathi. The site houses the grave of Nawab Alivardi Khan, his grandson Siraj-ud-Daulla, his wife Lutfannesha and other members of the Nawab’s family.